Lana Del Rey wins restraining order against two Russian fans after testifying in LA court

Singer reveals pair were so threatening that she feared for her safety

Lana Del Rey has won a restraining order against two Russian fans after testifying in a Los Angeles court.

As reported, the singer alleged that Nataliia Krinitsyna and Iuliia Vladimirovna had verbally threatened her and that she feared for her safety.

She also revealed that the pair confronted Del Rey and “caused a big scene, screaming” at the singer during a recent trip to a bank and that they threatened to commit suicide in letters posted to her home. When the singer reported their actions to the police, the court heard that they called her a “fucking bitch” on Instagram.

TMZ reports that the judge has now granted Del Rey (real name Elizabeth Grant) a three year restraining order against the pair, ordering them to stay at least 150 yards away from Del Rey and her assistants at all times.

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This is not the first time Del Rey has received unwanted attention at home. Last year, a man was arrested after allegedly stealing two of her cars.

The man allegedly sneaked into the singer’s home in Malibu, California while she was away and stole her Jaguar XK convertible before returning and taking her 2015 F-Type. The man has since been charged with two counts of burglary and two counts of felony joyriding.

This was the second incident involving an intruder at Del Rey’s home last year. A fan was arrested on November 30 after camping in the garage of the singer’s house.